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1.  Once you think of a good pun, you stick with it, no matter how awkward it is to set up.  Coincidentally, the whole butler set up made convinced me to make a story arc, so who says puns aren't helpful?

2.  Great.  I misused "your" in the second panel.  I shall fire my proof reader (my dad)!


1.  I think it would be cool building a snow fort in a my house.  Also, I hate how bobby gets increasingly skinnier in this strip.

2.  I feel awkward having to be so specific in the last frame to tell the reader what happened.  Seems to specific, and slightly too long.


1.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3eEllVWrlTg&feature=related

2.  I don't know why, but this one makes me laugh every time.  Probably Bobby's line in the last panel. 


1.  That doesn't really strike me as being a limo.

2.  Instead of walking, I try to get my characters to do different things like sitting or watching T.V.


1.  I guess Bobby still doesn't have a car from 300 strips ago.

2.  The last line from Bobby is what I call the "kicker", the unnecessary but sometimes beneficial extra piece of dialogue.


1.  I like this one.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHEuak8paRo

2.  I needed a game for a plane trip home from Florida.  Guess what I bought.


1.  I doubt most vegetables bather anyway but whatever.

2.  Peter expression seems too much like a smile.  I would have liked to change it a bit.


1.  Again with the Thawck!  Now that I think think about it, I believe I was trying to say Thwack! instead.

2.  The end of tons of things happen everyday.  I wish doomsday prohets would be more specific.


1.  I'm pretty sure he has a sleeping bag on his back, but I can't be sure.

2.  In the Artic strange shit happens.  Make sure you bring a crowbar.

1.  Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that this is the start of my longest story arc yet.  I mostly wanted to see how well and how long I could keep getting jokes out of a coherent story.